by Hydropower Reform Coalition | Mar 2, 2021The Snoqualmie Falls Project consists of a diversion dam located 150 feet upstream from Snoqualmie Falls, and two powerhouses (Plants 1 and 2) with a total installed capacity of 44.4 MW. Milestones License Issued 06-29-2004
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The #CAdrought isn’t just hurting farmers: “Hydroelectric generation dropped by 37% during the first four months of the year compared to the same period in 2020. It’s down a whopping 71% compared to that time in 2019.” https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/12/22573648/drought-california-power-grid-electricity-hydro-energy
Tomorrow @ 6pm http://2tinyurl.com/KlamathFERC join us for an online event about the #Klamathriver dam removal process and upcoming FERC hearings.
Tribes and activists will explain the dam removal timeline and process.
Our next post will explain how to comment. @TheYurokTribe @HSU_NAS